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Publication : European radiology

Early quantitative CT perfusion parameters variation for prediction of delayed cerebral ischemia following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage

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Published in European radiology - 16 Dec 2015

Rodriguez-Régent C, Hafsa M, Turc G, Ben Hassen W, Edjlali M, Sermet A, Laquay N, Trystram D, Al-Shareef F, Meder JF, Devaux B, Oppenheim C, Naggara O

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 26670321

Eur Radiol 2015 Dec;

OBJECTIVES: To prospectively evaluate the predictive value of cerebral perfusion-computerized tomography (CTP) parameters variation between day0 and day4 after aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage (aSAH).

METHODS: Mean transit time (MTT) and cerebral blood flow (CBF) values were compared between patients with delayed cerebral ischemia (DCI+ group) and patients without DCI (DCI- group) for previously published optimal cutoff values and for variations of MTT (ΔMTT) and of CBF (ΔCBF) values between day0 and day4. DCI+ was defined as a cerebral infarction on 3-months follow-up MRI.

RESULTS: Among 47 included patients, 10 suffered DCI+. Published optimal cutoff values did not predict DCI, either at day0 or at day4. Conversely, ΔMTT and ΔCBF significantly differed between the DCI+ and DCI- groups, with optimal ΔMTT and ΔCBF values of 0.91 seconds (83.9 % sensitivity, 79.5 % specificity, AUC 0.84) and -7.6 mL/100 g/min (100 % sensitivity, 71.4 % specificity, AUC 0.86), respectively. In multivariate analysis, ΔCBF (OR = 1.91, IC95% 1.13-3.23 per each 20 % decrease of ΔCBF) and ΔMTT values (OR = 14.70, IC95% 4.85-44.52 per each 20 % increase of ΔMTT) were independent predictors of DCI.

CONCLUSIONS: Assessment of MTT and CBF value variations between day0 and day4 may serve as an early imaging surrogate for prediction of DCI in aSAH.

KEY POINTS: • CT perfusion values are an imaging surrogate for prediction of DCI. • Early variations (day0-day4) after aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage predicted DCI. • A CBF decrease of 7.6 mL/min/100 g predicted DCI with 100 % sensitivity. • An MTT increase of 0.91 seconds predicted DCI with 83.9 % sensitivity. • DCI risk multiplied by 2 per 20 % ΔCBF decrease and by 15 per 20 % ΔMTT increase.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26670321